More than a blocker

Jeremy Liggins gained fame last season for being a hefty short-yardage quarterback. That will still be a part of his role this season, but as the back-up tight end Liggins believes he’ll surprise some folks with his route-running and pass-catching,

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Freeze on fines for players: ‘I’d have to think through that one’

News came out last week that some schools are assessing fines to football players as a discipline measure. Opinions were mixed from the administrations of the two schools I referenced in this blog post, but Tommy Tuberville, the former Ole

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Ole Miss Week 2 foe Fresno wins easily on opening night

Marteze Waller ran for 154 yards to help Fresno State to an easy win over a smaller-level opponent as the Bulldogs, the Week 2 opponent for Ole Miss, defeated Abilene Christian 34-13. Fresno held Abilene to 247 yards. Box Score

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … So, what to take away from opening night? South Carolina was out-physicaled by the ACC in its 17-13 win over North Carolina. How bout those two cracks at the line in the

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Talking SEC Football

Talking Ole Miss, MSU camp results, season openers right here at 3 if Logan finds a quiet place on the MSU campus. Stay tuned.

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Predictions Anyone?

All those countdown clocks hit zero today as college football returns at full speed. There are 27 FBS and FCS games this evening, another 11 tomorrow. That’s 38 games before Saturday even arrives. I was thrilled to see the Rebels’

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Here’s an NFL draft prospect preview on Robert Nkemdiche. According to this one he has to work his way into the first round. … Ken Crain and the equipment guys getting helmets

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Video Blog: Freeze talks progress of QBs midweek

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Two more practices haven’t reveled much more to Hugh Freeze in regard to who will be the starter at quarterback. Monday, the edge was awarded to Chad Kelly. After Wednesday’s practice, that may not be

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Freeze says his mindset is more anxious heading into opener

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Last season, the Ole Miss Rebels met Boise State in Atlanta in the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game. It was a contest that kept the attention of the players through the summer.

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Ole Miss players offer little insight on quarterbacks before season opener

Offensive coordinator Dan Werner last night repeated what Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said regarding starting quarterback – at least for this week – Chad Kelly. Freeze told us Monday that Kelly charted very well. Every throw is recorded, and

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Nkemdiche wants to make sure he seizes the day

Robert Nkemdiche needs to come to interviews more. I’m sure Ole Miss coaches would disagree with that, but when he’s there, he’s good. He shows his personality and doesn’t say anything explosive or damaging. He understands the NFL future before

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Sometimes the best info comes in 140 characters. Lots of Twitter shares today. From Hugh Freeze, a recruiting calendar update: Recruit talk. Today D1 coaches can begin calling 2016 class ONCE a week.

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Werner talks quarterbacks, run game, tempo and more

Every conceivable area of play went into the decision to name Chad Kelly the starter for the Tennessee-Martin game co-OC and QB coach Dan Werner says. Hugh Freeze said Monday that Kelly charted slightly higher in major categories like ball-protection

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